Nikon Z6 Digital Cameras

4/5 $2,413 - $4,499
  • Body Type: Rangefinder-style Mirror-less
  • Max Resolution: 6048 x 4024
  • Effective Pixels: 25 MPs
  • Sensor Size: Full Frame (35.9 x 23.9 mm)
  • Sensor Type: CMOS
  • ISO: Auto, 100-51200 (Expandable up to 50-204800)
  • Lens Mount: Nikon Z
  • Focal Length Mult: 1x
  • Articulated LCD: Tilting
  • Screen-Size: 3.2-inches
  • Screen Dots: 2100000
  • Max Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
  • Format: MPEG-4, H.264
  • Storage Types: QXD Card

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Nikon Z6 Body Mirrorless Camera (24.5 megapixel, Ultra Wide ISO, 12 fps, Eye-Detection AF, 4K Movie) VOA020AE

$2,413.00

Nikon Z6 II NIKKOR Z 2470mm f4 S Mirrorless Camera Kit

$4,499.00

Nikon Z6 Mark II Mirrorless Camera

$3,199.00

The Nikon Z6 is here alongside Nikon Z7 – a full-frame mirrorless camera which is aimed at enthusiasts – housing a decent amount of features such as 24MPs, onboard Stabilization, 273 embedded AF points, and 12fps burst shooting. The availability of Nikon Z6 in Australia is expected somewhere in November with a higher resolution but more expensive and quite slower Z7 model.

Nikon Z6 Specifications:

  • Body Type: Rangefinder-style Mirror-less
  • Max Resolution: 6048 x 4024
  • Effective Pixels: 25 MPs
  • Sensor Size: Full Frame (35.9 x 23.9 mm)
  • Sensor Type: CMOS
  • ISO: Auto, 100-51200 (Expandable up to 50-204800)
  • Lens Mount: Nikon Z
  • Focal Length Mult: 1x
  • Articulated LCD: Tilting
  • Screen-Size: 3.2-inches
  • Screen Dots: 2100000
  • Max Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
  • Format: MPEG-4, H.264
  • Storage Types: QXD Card
  • USB: USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5 GB/Sec)
  • Weight (Inc. Batteries): 675 g (1.49 lb. / 23.81 oz.)
  • Dimensions: 134 x 101 x 68 mm (5.28 x 3.98 x 2.68)

Nikon has added a brand new Z-mount in Z6 with a 16mm flange to sensor distance and an extensive 55mm inner diameter, enabling Nikon to deliver smoothly high quality across the frame and achieve aperture as bright as f0.95. Nikon has promised a 58mm f0.95 Noct lens in 2019 but for now, it’s being launched with 3 dazzling lenses named 50mm f1.8 primes, 35mm f1.8 and a 24-70mm f4 “Kit” zoom. Moreover, there is an adapter – FTZ – which lets users use any F-mount lens with 93 models supported several modes i.e. Autofocus, and if a lens has optical Virtual Reality – it works along with body-based VR. Thus stabilization enhanced.

Along with 58mm f0.95 and 14-30mm f4 lenses roadmap promises native 20 mm f1.8, 85mm f1.8, 24-70mm f2.8 and 14-30mmf4 lenses in 2019, whereas a year after 2019 Nikon has promised 50mm f1.2, 24m f1.8, and 12-24mm f2.8 models. Other camera brands are also expected to launch Z-mount lenses sooner than later.

Nikon Z6 Price:

The Nikon Z6 Digital Camera Price in Australia starts from AU$2700-2750 if you only buy a body otherwise it goes for a whopping AU$3500-3650 when it comes to buying it with a Nikkor Z 24-70nm f/4 lens. The Nikon Z6 as compared to its sibling Z7 has covered a wide part of a camera market with its eye-catching price – especially anyone looking for a full-frame mirrorless camera.

Moving on its body section, Nikon Z6 and Z7 both share an exquisite deal in common – including full-frame back-illuminated sensors with embedded Phase Detection AF coverage across 90% of the frame. The sensors in Z6 are stabilized in the body with 5-axes and up to five stops of compensation. The camera houses a weatherproof body with magnesium alloy front-back and top covers – sealed to the same standards as D850. Moreover, Nikon Z6 shares the same 3.6 Million dot Quad-VGA OLED electronic viewfinders with 0.8x magnification as well as the same 3.2-inch/2.1 million-dot tilting touchscreen. As far as controls are concerned, Nikon Z6 comes with twin control dials – AF joystick and AF-ON button – and a small upper OLED panel for basic shooting information. It employs a single XQD memory card slot and is powered by an EN-EL15B battery which enables users’ capture 310 to 330 shots under CIPA conditions and USB-chargeable. Nikon Z6 bears several features including Focus Peaking, Zebra Patterns, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to support Nikon’s SnapBridge technology.